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FROM LECTURER TO LEADING NSW'S LARGEST INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT, GRAHAM MILLETT HAS ALWAYS BEEN IN THE FAST LANE


Graham Millett with Radical SR3

From 2000 until 2019 Graham lectured and tutored in numerous MBA subjects at Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) the business school arm of Macquarie University.

These subjects include Strategic Management, Strategic Frameworks, Global Strategy. Strategy in Asia Pacific, New Enterprise Management, Consulting, and Health Management. 

 

As Graham explains: 'Since my departure from lecturing at MGSM I have been very fortunate to enjoy some interesting corporate roles, firstly as the CEO for NSW's largest infrastructure project (Western Sydney Airport) and then as a CEO in the healthcare industry. Each was very different to any previous role I had and true to say there were very good days and there were other days. Each role presented some common and some different challenges'.

 

More recently he was elected Chair of a property trust in Sydney and his Board is currently analysing development options for a major Sydney CBD property. Last July he completed construction of an early education childcare centre as a personal project which, like all new businesses, is proving to be time consuming. 

 

Although work leaves precious little time for recreation, Graham has rekindled his love for fast cars and been spending sessions at Sydney Motor Sport Park racing a British-built Radical sports car.


This purpose-built sports car makes up the majority of grids in the 12 different Radical Cup championships across the world. The high-output engine gives the lightweight machine a staggering power-to-weight ratio of over 350 hp per tonne or more. 

 

As Graham puts it: 'This keeps the adrenaline flowing!'


Graham is also an alumnus, having received a Bachelor of Economics from Macquarie University and an MBA from Macquarie Business School. So what would an alumnus who has achieved so much in his career offer as advice to anyone undertaking an MBA?


'Select your electives carefully in accordance with your career goals and interests. This will clearly demonstrate to future employers your commitment to a particular line of work.'




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